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Poems of Pablo Neruda


    I am not an expert on the works of the late Chilean poet Pablo Neruda. He is regarded by some as one of the greatest Latin American Romantic poets of the 20th Century. An insightful commentary can be

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Vote for Someone. A Poem by Matt Black.

"Vote For Someone" A poem by Matt Black #VoteForSomeone #GE2015 #FofD #FestivalOfDebate from Richard Bolam on Vimeo. PoetryLifeTimes Poetry Life & Times

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Core. A Sonnet by Robin Ouzman Hislop.

      This tumble down day of tears and clay. And though stood still, I do not stand in awe At the world’s throng of life given over, As I gaze across black hills rolling grey Turbulent clouds on

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Sunset and My Life with the Wave Two Video Poems by Octavio Paz Translated from Spanish

Mexican poet, essayist, and political thinker. His works reflect many influences, including Marxism, surrealism, and Aztec mythology. El laberinto de la soledad/The Labyrinth of Solitude (1950), the book which brought him to world attention, explores Mexico’s heritage. His long poem

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